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When campers leave, yellowjackets still have to bug something

Yellowjackets swarm the carcass of a spawned out kokanee in Lake Pend Oreille tributary in September, 2013. (Idaho Fish and Game Department)
Yellowjackets swarm the carcass of a spawned out kokanee in Lake Pend Oreille tributary in September, 2013. (Idaho Fish and Game Department)

CAMPING — Most of the campgrounds are empty, but streams around Lake Pend Oreille are ripe with “new meat” for this year's infestation of yellowjackets to gnaw at.

I'll have a Kokanee with that, sir.




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